My Favorite Recipes
Thought I would share a few of my favorite healthy recipes. These are from Isabels program.
Isabel’s Oatmeal Concoction
In order to make this a fast and easy breakfast, I cook the oatmeal the night before (while I’m cooking dinner) or make 2-3 servings of it at once and store in the refrigerator for the next few days.
1/2 cup dry oatmeal (slow cooked oats, not instant) made with water.
2 Organinc Eggs
Cinnamon and stevia to sweeten if desired
I put my serving of oatmeal in a saucepan and heat up. Once the oatmeal is really hot, I crack the eggs right into the oatmeal (like egg drop soup) and stir them into the oatmeal without breaking the yolk.
The whites and the yolk cook in the hot oatmeal. I then sweeten it with a bit of stevia and cinnamon. Takes me less than 10 minutes to make in the morning.
Almond Crusted Chicken
The almonds turn this otherwise ordinary chicken dish into a crunchy, nutritious meal that packs a healthy dose of vitamin E and fiber.
1 egg white
3 teaspoons water
6 ounces boneless, skinless chicken breast, pounded thin
1/4 cup sliced almonds, coarsely chopped
Celtic Sea Salt and pepper to taste.
1. Whisk egg white, water, salt, and pepper in small bowl. Dip the chicken breast into the egg mixture and dredge in almonds.
2. Heat a skillet over medium heat and lightly coat with unrefined coconut oil.
3. Sautee chicken on one side over medium heat for 3 minutes. Turn and cook for an additional 3 to 4 minutes, until cooked through.
Delicious Chocolate Pudding
This recipe will make about 2-3 servings and is a great healthy dessert or late night snack.)
1/2 of a ripe avocado (soft to touch)
approx 3 tablespoons of almond butter (preferably raw if possible)
approx 1/4 cup of unsweetened almond milk or coconut milk
2 heaping tablespoons of organic cocoa powder
1/2 teaspoon of vanilla
1 or 2 packets of stevia (or to your desired sweetness level)
1/2 to 3/4 of a scoop of chocolate protein powder (if desired)
just a small pinch of salt
Put the avocado and almond butter into a bowl and mash together with a fork until smooth. Then add all of the other ingredients into the bowl and mix together vigorously until all is mixed and smooth.
If everything went right,
the consistency will be similar to pudding… except normal pudding makes you FAT with loads of sugar!
My healthy pudding recipe will actually HELP you to burn fat, control cravings, and satisfy your body’s need for micro-nutrients, protein, healthy fats, and fiber.
If the pudding ends up too thick, simply add a bit more almond milk or coconut milk for more moisture.
If you want to get a little wild and add some more nutrient-rich additions, feel free to add some chopped pecans, chia seeds, rice bran, or walnuts at the end.
5-6 bags caffeine-free herbal tea (e.g., peach, mint, chamomile, or fruit tea)
3 quarts boiling water
Stevia powder (or liquid) to taste
Pour water over tea bags in a large pot. Add stevia while tea is hot. (Adjust amount
according to the desired sweetness.)
Let the tea cool, remove tea bags, transfer tea to a serving pitcher or individual water bottles, and refrigerate